Bret Hart defeated Vince McMahon in a No Holds Barred Match (11:09): Before the match started, McMahon said that he had bought off Hart's family – The Hart Dynasty and Hart's brothers and sisters – and that they were going to be lumberjacks, with Bret's brother Bruce Hart as the special referee. Bret was one step ahead of McMahon, however, as the Hart family double-crossed the WWE chairman and sided with Bret. There are two words that describe this match: too long. Hart and McMahon waited too long to have the match, and the match itself went on for too long. Given the age and physical limitations of the 52-year-old Hart and 64-year-old McMahon, I wasn't expecting a whole lot, but this was worse than I thought it would be. There just wasn't much to it. Hart beat on McMahon, then Hart's family members got some shots in on McMahon (including THD, who apparently have no fear of being fired), and then Hart beat on McMahon some more. Hart teased putting McMahon in the Sharpshooter a couple times but then decided to inflict more punishment. At about the 10-minute mark, Jerry Lawler said, "This is hard to watch." You said it, King. Mercifully, the match ended less than a minute later after McMahon tapped out in the Sharpshooter. One good thing about this match is that Tyson Kidd, David Hart Smith and Natalya may end up getting a push because of it. They all physically assaulted McMahon, so I'm assuming they are now babyfaces and that McMahon will be seeking retribution.